The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 9, 1939
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THURSDAY, ·REBTOTATIY 9, 1933. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN'Et.LSVrLLE. PA. PAGE ELEVEN. CSL.T so IMBARRIST IN MY LIFE The Daily Courier Pattern JUMPER FROCK AND WfcE BOLERO PATTERN 9857. Leave it to the little ones . . . £ they'll lead the Easter style-parade with bolero-type jumper frocks like this! Don't you Jove the fiarec jumper, designed to suit the gay quick movements ol childhood? See how its top is curved to match the curved smartness of the little bolero And note how few seams there are to stitch up--thanks to Marian Martin's care with Pattern 9S57! The jnore blouses you make the better Kemember--they, and the bolen can be worn also with many another outfit that will go smartly to school and~parties! Choose prints, to go with plains! Pattern 9857 may be ordered only iii children's sizes 4, fi, S, 10 and 12 Size, 8, - jumper and bolero requires 2 yards 36 inch fabric and blouse.?.?! yard contrast. Send-FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be gure to -write plainly you SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and 'STYLE NUMBER. Order the MARIAN- MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of -latest Spring Fasb'ions","and KNOW- - that y. your sewing program is off to a- flne start. You'll--be thrilled with-the; number and -variety of patternsi- including S! for misses,^17 for junior -misses, 17 lor rha'trons,-19" for children. Such lovely' things--showing it's a season for Color 'and Prints,- for-Basic FrocKs"-and Budget Wardrobes!-See easy-to-sew styles for -graduates wedding's, dances and boat trips. See too, plenty 61 everyday and ctay«at- home' clothes! BOOK -FIFTEEN CENTS. -PATTERN. FIFTEEN CENTS.: .'BOOK AND '· PATTEHIS TOGETHER " "TWENTY - F I V F . SerTd-ybur order . to - The tiaily Courier Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New" York,-N. Y. You u're Telling Mel __ By BILL BRAUCHER --J A. young"man advcrti^s .inr.a Clevland newspaper: "Experienced Iix-years in accountinffi purchas- i n g a n d sales, 25 years old, will marry daughter,.niece or sister if necessary to obtain good position." Things must be worse than we khoueht. We hare noticed an increasing tendency by certain radio comedians to rebuke audiences for-not laughing at their Joke's. Well brothers, free speech, free ears. * i * * Detroit is starting a drive for the 1844 .Olympic games. It should be appropriate to stage such stunts as ·road jumping, high jumping and top-ctep-and-jumpingin the world's jutomobile capital. A Kentucky hen gazed at an stcc- tric light bulb and laid an egg the, size and shape of the bidb* Th« owner should try hanging a, pumpkin, on the light cord, * * * Swing music frightened chimpanzees in a Philadelphia zoo. Civiliia- .tion presents hazards unknown is the peaceful jungles. NOMSKUU. DEAR- NOAM-IF A COW A MISN AN eeePUANT -) WARNCR. 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